[Podcast] Measuring Centrality in the DNS

By on 19 Jan 2023

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In this episode of PING, APNIC’s Chief Scientist Geoff Huston explores how APNIC Labs has been able to look at the behaviour inside the DNS to see signs of ‘centrality’. Geoff discusses how concentrated service delivery is across different market segments of users, and between the supply side (name serving as an authority) and request side (recursive resolvers).

Read Geoff’s post on centrality in the DNS and explore the topic more broadly on the APNIC Blog.

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